The Kenyon Review speaks to Nadia Reiman ’05, who produced an episode of “This American Life” that received the first Pulitzer Prize for audio reporting.
From Athens to Gambier
I thought I had the college thing down — which is why coming to Kenyon surprised me in all kinds of ways.
To My Kenyon ProfessorFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
As I prepare for grad school at Cambridge University, here’s my open letter to the faculty who supported me along the way.
Published!First Person: Student Life at Kenyon
On an author line including many people with doctorates, my name gets to go first.DateCategories
500 Days of QuarantineFirst Person: Student Life at Kenyon
While completing the first half of my senior year remotely was never my plan, if it helps keep others safe, then I plan to make the best of it.
The Magic of Community
Each Friday afternoon the Pealers’ hour-long weekly concert reminds all within hearing distance that the school week is over, the weekend has begun.
Forging a Kenyon FamilyKenyon at 200
At Snowden we learned what it meant to be a part of something bigger than ourselves.
Nowhere Else I’d Rather BeKenyon at 200
Nothing was as intoxicating as those undergraduate days in Hill Theater, learning my craft by doing and being given the room to grow and stretch.
Theater of War In the News — The New Yorker
Can Greek tragedy get us through the pandemic? A theater company founded by Bryan Doerries ’98 has spent years bringing catharsis to the traumatized.
Channeling C.J. Cregg In the News — Entertainment Weekly
“A wonderful character who is not afraid to speak truth to power.” Allison Janney ’82 reveals what made “The West Wing” press secretary her favorite role.
‘Joy is a Radical Act’ In the News — The New York Times
Immigration activist Marco Saavedra ’11 made national headlines as his own asylum case was heard before a federal judge.